Last month, the Taz Taylor-led Internet Money teamed up with Ten Thousand Projects to release their debut album B4 The Storm, which boasts 17 cuts and a wealth of features from Trippie Redd, Lil Keed, Swae Lee, Future, Juice WRLD, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Kevin Gates, Wiz Khalifa, and more. One particular standout from the project is the Gunna, Don Toliver, and NAV-assisted “Lemonade,” which was accompanied by a Lyrical Lemonade-directed visual to match. That single has since landed at the number nine spot on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, eventually scoring a well-deserved Gold certification for the Los Angeles-based collective.

Now, that track gets a remix that removes Gunna and NAV in place of Roddy Ricch, who delivers one of his best rockstar life-heavy verses to date:

“Yeah, this codeine got me trippin’, wish it was over, I’ve been rollin’ for a minute, I got the broad, she want the ménage inside the place, sixty-eight Charger, duckin’ the laws, I might do the race/

I like to ride in my new bag and I got a new b***h in my lap, counting up the blue strips with two straps, yeah, yeah, huh, slide in the Lambo’, I slide in the Porsches, check my garage, I got too many choices…/”

Consisting of Taylor, Nick Mira, E-Trou, KC Supreme, Pharaoh Vice, and others, Internet Money have seen many of their production land throughout the Billboard Hot 100, including Lil Tecca’s “Ransom,” Trevor Daniel’s “Falling,” Rich The Kid’s “Plug Walk,” and Drake’s “Blue Tint.” Through their Internet Money Records imprint, they also possess an impressive roster of their own artists — TyFontaine, Kill Turbo, and 2RARE are a few of the names signed.

Press play on Internet Money, Don Toliver, and Roddy Ricch’s “Lemonade (Remix)” below. As previously promised by Taylor, a deluxe version of B4 The Storm should also be on the horizon.